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Iata's Cabin OK initiative put on hold

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is reassessing its efforts to standardise the size of carry-on luggage. The global airline association said it was pausing the rollout of its Cabin OK initiative in light of concerns ex

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IATA clarifies carry-on guidelines

The International Air Transport Association (Iata) has issued comments clarifying key elements of its Cabin OK initiative which have been misunderstood in some reporting. The Iata Cabin OK initiative for carry-on bags aims to provide pa

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Commercial aviation safety performance unveiled

The International Air Transport Association (Iata) unveiled the preliminary first quarter commercial aviation safety performance data for the year. The preliminary results are subject to revision based on the determination of the

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SkyZen app helps improve quality of flying experience

The International Air Transport Association (Iata) has released details of a new mobile app for passengers to monitor their health and wellbeing before, during, and after a flight. Used in conjunction with a “Jawbone”

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Airlines to address carry-on bag dilemma

The International Air Transport Association (Iata) has announced a new initiative to optimise the accommodation of carry-on bags given differing carry-on bag sizes and airline policies. Working with airline members of Iata and aircraft

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Iata in bid to assure air travellers bag fits in bin

Air travellers are all too familiar with carry-on bag anxiety: the feeling sparked by last-minute and sometimes seemingly arbitrary decisions that a piece of luggage is too large to fit in the overhead bin. On Monday, the world

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Bid to assure air travellers bag fits in overhead bin

Air travellers are all too familiar with carry-on bag anxiety: the feeling sparked by last-minute and sometimes seemingly arbitrary decisions that a piece of luggage is too large to fit in the overhead bin. On Monday, the world

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Global airlines' profit to hit $29bn in 2015

Airlines are making more profits than ever before, boosted by lower fuel prices and carrying more passengers on fuller planes, according to the industry's global body. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) said gl

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Iata calls for deeper partnership with governments

The International Air Transport Industry (Iata) has advocated for an even deeper partnership with governments based on global standards in the critical areas of safety, infrastructure, security, regulation and environment. “

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Global air travel demand soars 6pc in April

The demand for global air travel rose 5.9 per cent in April, but the picture is mixed going into what is traditionally the strongest part of the year for airlines in the northern hemisphere, a leading industry body said on Thursday.

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